‘Baker Street’ Singer Gerry Rafferty Dead at 63

From Yahoo! Music:

Gerry Rafferty, the Scottish singer-songwriter who had hits in the late ’70s with the street life anthem "Baker Street" and mom favorite "Right Down the Line," passed away at the age of 63 following a long illness, the Guardian reports. Rafferty also left his mark with later generations, thanks to Quentin Tarantino: With the band Stealers Wheel, Rafferty co-wrote the song "Stuck in the Middle," a potent hit on its own that took legendary status thanks to its iconic and gruesome placement in "Reservoir Dogs."